If you are in the market for a new portable electronic device; The amount of information to consider seems to increase. Laptops are versatile. The dish is popular. E-books are cheap. So how do you know what’s best for you? 

Ultimately it comes down to your needs and budget.

First, consider the features you need for the device you plan to install. You can have a lot of fun just surfing the web and watching random movies. If you’re working on a design project or doing academic research, a multitasking laptop can be great, but the device can be too expensive and inconvenient for your typical needs. This tablet is especially practical because it is a highly portable device.

On the other hand, if you read books most of the time and want something to replace all the printed books you carry with you every day. An e-reader might be your best option.

Then think about how much you are willing to spend. Tablets are powerful, if not as powerful as laptops. Usually (but not always) cheaper. Consider the price here. The average computer and web browser user would prefer a cheaper option that is more limited in terms of applications they browse on their tablet. However, since the prices of the high-end tablet and mid-range laptop markets overlap, you need to weigh the features and convenience carefully against the price.

Usually, when you’re trying to decide between a laptop, tablet, and e-reader, “Winner” is the best choice for your specific needs. Here are a few things to consider:

It’s on your laptop.


Laptops have more features and versatility than tablets and e-readers.

They are often web browsing. email research; writing documents and presentations; audio/video playback; Great for gaming and/or keyboard use.

Laptops have full keyboards that allow you to type faster and more accurately than touchscreen devices.

web browsing on the laptop; It has a backlit LCD screen that is ideal for viewing pictures and playing audio/video.

The laptop has a large screen and a clear display for viewing pictures. It has a perfect screen for web browsing or entertainment.

Laptops are more durable than tablets, so you won’t have to worry about scratching or damaging your screen.


Laptops are usually more expensive and easier to use than tablets and e-readers.

Backlit LCD screens do not use “e-color” displays like e-readers, so they are not suitable for reading e-books. Reading for long periods can cause eye problems.

Laptop screens are reflective and not suitable for reading in bright sunlight or certain types of artificial light.

Your laptop needs a boot order.

Compared to tablets and e-readers, laptops are heavy (typically 3-6 pounds) and relatively large (typically 13-15 inch screen sizes).

A tablet is used.


A tablet is a laptop that uses a touchscreen interface for all input.

You can use your tablet for anything you want on your laptop. a tablet for casual web browsing; Ideal for light gaming or watching movies. The tablet can also be used for professional activities such as music and design.

Web browsing on most tablets It has a great backlit LCD screen for viewing photos and playing audio/video.

Tablets have a faster ability to power on/off than laptops which require a boot queue.

Tablet batteries are more efficient than laptop batteries. Depending on the type of apps you use, you get 10 hours of service between charges.

Many useful applications can significantly improve the performance of your tablet.

Compared to laptops, tablets are lighter (typically 1 to 1.5 pounds). Compact (typically 8″ – 10″ screen width) and easy to carry.


The biggest difference between a tablet and a laptop is the lack of a keyboard. Navigation is possible when pointing and dragging or clicking is required, but entering text into programs such as email or documents can be more difficult. You are typing on the virtual keyboard.